Be hard pressed to top last time's discussion but armed with the ability to talk about the entire work we should be able to. Apologies if I tagged anyone who doesn't want to be tagged.
Who wants to lead the next round?
So this is one of the coolest things I've ever read. It has now been about a month since I finished it, but I'll dredge up some thoughts. I love Rorschach's moral equivalence disguised as moral absolutism; his sequences remain my favorite to read. I love that early on we get a juxtaposition of old-guard superheroes and the younger generation -- actually I'm glad Moore included two generations to begin with, instead of merely focusing his story on the main characters and then flashing back to characters we never meet in the present. Dr. Manhattan's perspective on time is some fine writing -- that's not an easy idea to portray to viewers -- I think the medium helped.
Other highlights: the Comedian, absolutely vital character; every sequence at the newsstand; the scenes on Mars; and finally, the art itself. Gritty and perfect.
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